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Even with the correct infrastructure and policies in place a government cannot meet its end goal without the correct human resource. This from former Prime Minister Basdeo Panday as he shared some of his life experiences and knowledge of advocacy with youth leaders from across the Caribbean.

New Bridge For Marabella Residents

Residents of Theresa Street in Marabella now have a new bridge to get in and out of the area. The new bridge was commissioned on Saturday.

The previous bridge which was over 100 years old was used as part of the train line in Marabella. That bridge collapsed in November last year.

President of the Trinidad and Tobago Automotive Dealers Association (TTADA) Visham Babwah is calling for greater transparency when it comes to car purchases and the use of credit cards.

He was responding to the Finance Minister's statement on Friday where Mr. Imbert notes that in the last three years the largest consumer of foreign exchange was the importation of motor cars.

The Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority continues to advise citizens to refrain from flying drones in the 8 specified No Fly Zones.

The Authority is urging citizens who own a drone aircraft to register their aircraft in accordance with the TTCAA.

Cherrylene Lewis reports.

Kalypso Revue Reopens Its Doors

Kalypso Revue reopened its doors on Saturday evening but the fans and some entertainers were left inconvenienced after police wreckers took away their vehicles.

However as Ian Wason tells us the quality of calypsoes inside the SWWTU Hall was well worth it.

South Killing Takes Murder Toll To 55

Murder number 55 takes place in south Trinidad. The victim has been identified as 41 year old Brent Richardson.

Laventille Serenaders is the top finalist in the small band category of the 2018 Panorama competition with 281 points.

Duo sensations Neval Chatelal and Nishard Mayhroo are this year's Chutney Soca Monarch champions.

The key to success in manufacturing is the ability to transform, develop and customise your product to suit each market. This advice from the Chief Executive Officer of the KC Confectionary Limited, Mr. Affga Khan.

KC has been exporting for over 45 years and is in its 95th year as a manufacturer.

Modernising how Government does its works and interacts with the public through technology is not a destination but a road that must be continually travelled.

Prime Minister of Antigua Gaston Browne made this assertion at the recent the 21st Century Government Summit.

The Summit was organised by Trinidad and Tobago based Caribbean Telecommunications Union in collaboration with the Caribbean Centre for Development Administration (CARICAD).

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